13 Works


Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Political rhetoric in Scandinavia

Jens E. Kjeldsen, Christian Kock & Orla Vigsø

Media and politics in Denmark

Nete Nørgaard Kristensen & Mark Blach-Ørsten

Power, Communication, and Politics in the Nordic Countries

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Segmentation and genus classification of lactic acid bacteria from images

Sebastian Bech-Terkilsen
This comprises the full dataset used in the project "Segmentation and genus classification of lactic acid bacteria from images". It includes a training set, validation set and several test sets. Lastly it includes backgrounds which are needed for the custom image augmentation method described in the manuscript. The training and validation set are comprised of 1360 grayscale phase-contrast images containing >760,000 lactic acid bacteria which have been hand-labelled for segmentation (pixel classification) and classification of...

hr500k – A Reference Training Corpus of Croatian.

Nikola Ljubešić, Željko Agić, Filip Klubicka, Vuk Batanović & Tomaž Erjavec

Complex histories of gene flow and a mitochondrial capture event in a non-sister pair of bird

Ethan Gyllenhaal, Michael Andersen, Jenna McCullough, Xena Mapel, Tri Haryoko, Knud Jønsson & Leo Joseph
Hybridization, introgression, and reciprocal gene flow during speciation, specifically the generation of mitonuclear discordance, are increasingly observed as parts of the speciation process. Genomic approaches provide insight into where, when, and how adaptation operates during and after speciation and can measure historical and modern introgression. Whether adaptive or neutral in origin, hybridization can cause mitonuclear discordance by placing the mitochondrial genome of one species (or population) in the nuclear background of another species. The latter,...

Raw data for predicting sample success for large-scale ancient DNA studies on marine mammals

Xénia Keighley & Morten Tange Olsen
In recent years, non-human ancient DNA studies have begun to focus on larger sample sizes and whole genomes, offering the potential to reveal exciting and hitherto unknown answers to ongoing biological and archaeological questions. However, one major limitation to the feasibility of such studies is the substantial financial and time investments still required during sample screening, due to uncertainty regarding successful sample selection. This study investigates the effect of a wide range of sample properties...

Cultural communication as political communication

Nete Nørgaard Kristensen & Anna Roosvall

Introduction: A Nordic model for political communication?

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Conclusion: Nordic political communication between change and continuity

Lars Nord, Eli Skogerbø & Nete Nørgaard Kristensen

Data from: The allometry of sound frequency bandwidth in songbirds

Jakob Isager Friis, Joana Sabino, Pedro Santos, Torben Dabelsteen & Goncalo C. Cardoso
Theory predicts that allometric constraints on sound production should be stronger for the lower frequencies of vocalizations than for their higher frequencies, which could originate an allometry for sound frequency bandwidth, but this was never tested. Using song recordings of ca. 1000 passerine species (from >75% passerine genera), we show a significantly steeper allometry for the lower than the higher song frequencies, resulting in a positive allometry of frequency bandwidth: larger species can use wider...

Consumer Attitudes and the Epidemiology of Inflation Expectations

Michael Ehrmann, Damjan Pfajfar & Emiliano Santoro
This paper studies the formation of consumers’ inflation expectations using micro-level data from the Michigan Survey. It shows that beyond the well-established socio-economic determinants of inflation expectations such as gender, income or education, other characteristics such as the households’ financial situation and their purchasing attitudes also matter. Respondents with current or expected financial difficulties, pessimistic attitudes about major purchases, or expectations that income will go down in the future have considerably higher forecast errors, are...

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  • University of Copenhagen
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  • Roskilde University
  • Chr. Hansen (Denmark)
  • University of Gothenburg
  • University of Belgrade
  • Indonesian Institute of Sciences
  • Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  • University of Bergen